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Date registered: November 9, 2016

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  1. Things People Don’t Usually Know about Cats — November 30, 2016
  2. Truly Interesting Things About a Cat’s Whiskers We Bet You Never Knew — November 30, 2016
  3. Canary Vs. Parakeet – Understanding Which Makes a Better Pet — November 30, 2016
  4. Choosing The Right Pet Bird For Your Little Ones — November 28, 2016
  5. A Guide to What a Pet Passport Means and the Steps to Get One — November 27, 2016

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Nov 14

History of the Bichon Frise Dog Breed

Friendly with a real joy for life running through it, the Bichon Frise is a happy dog and makes a great pet. It simply adores its family. This article provides a brief account of the history of this breed. History The Bichon Frise is a breed that has had a long journey for reaching the …

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Nov 12

Know How to Avoid Dog Attacks and Defend Yourself When it Happens

When faced with a 60 pound, furry snarling mass, what do you do? Run, shout or scream your lungs out? In the event of a dog attack, you need to protect yourself and ward off the attack simultaneously. Scroll below for steps on how to face a canine adversary. When animals attack, be prepared for …

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Nov 10

Pros And Cons of Having an Adorable Cat Around Growing Children

The presence of one or several cats in one’s home may be a very good thing for the development of one’s children. Cats can be something more than mere companions. When children interact with pets, they can learn valuable lessons of altruism, but they also have the chance to practice things such as patience and …

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Nov 09

The Many Bird Species of the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is home to a myriad of ecosystems, making it an ideal vacation destination for plant and animal lovers. Each year, countless birding enthusiasts visit the area, hoping to glimpse a peek of the Grand Canyon’s 370 species1 of birds. From endangered California condors to easy to locate passerines, here is a list …

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Nov 08

Here’s What You Should Do if Your Dog Bites and Injures Someone

Dogs have the sixth sense and they can act defensive and aggressive if they are suspicious about someone in their surroundings and can also injure them. As a dog owner, you will have to take the responsibility for your pet’s actions. Let’s have a look at what all you’ll need to do, to save further …

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Nov 08

An Overview of the Life Expectancy of Pet Birds by Breed

The birds have a pleasing and charming personality that keeps pet adopter amused. Whether it is a small lovebird or a huge macaw, each bird has a different personality and beauty. They also have different life spans depending on their breed. Here are the life spans of different birds according to their breed: Ducks and …

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Nov 07

A Comprehensive List of Cat Facts

Let us take a walk back in history, and unravel the mysteries that have surrounded cats. These animals have gone through every emotion displayed by human beings, they have been loved, hated, worshiped, and persecuted. Despite, all this, the cat is still a human being’s affectionate friend. The African Wildcat was the first to be …

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Nov 06

Awesome Information About All the Lovebird Species

a couple of lovebirds

Did You Know? Lovebirds are named so due to the strength of their monogamous bonds. Partners also spend a lot of their time together, which further adds to the allusion from the name. Lovebirds, members of the genus Agapornis, are part of the parrot family. They are among the smallest parrots. There are nine species …

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Nov 04

The Spinone Italiano – Smart, Loving, and Still Helpful Today

The Spinone Italiano (plural, Spinoni) is a very ancient Italian dog breed that can be traced back to about 500 B.C. It has been portrayed in Renaissance Paintings, most famously in the fresco by Andrea Mantegna on the entrance wall of the Camera degli Sposi in the Castle at Mantua, Italy, showing Lodovico and his …

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Nov 03

Venus or Mars – Here’s How to Determine the Gender of Your Kitten

cute kitten and playful

Wait until the kitten is a month old. It is nearly impossible for a layman to correctly guess the gender of a kitten below the age of 3 weeks. Firstly, handling these newborns for long isn’t even recommended, because you’ll only end up passing your ‘human’ scent onto the kitten, making it hard for the …

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